We are working during these difficult times. Our professional medical team is taking precautions to assure your safety.
We are committed to providing quality health care to our clients, staff, and community and will be continuing services consisting of all levels such as Detox, Residential, and Outpatient services. These services include Counseling, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Admissions, Medication Management, and Discharge Planning.
At our facilities, We already hold ourselves to the highest standard of cleanliness. However, in these extraordinary times, we are proactively going above and beyond our existing standards to ensure the safety of all our staff and patients. Utilizing guidelines from the CDC and the LA County Department of Public health, we are implementing new procedures to help minimize the risk of exposure to patients and staff. We have also amended our pre-admission requirements to increase screening for at-risk individuals.
For our in-patient facilities, we have temporarily suspended outings, meetings, and family visits as we navigate this pandemic. Although this may not be convenient we feel that it is necessary that we take these steps to protect our patients, staff, and the community at large from COVID-19.
At the outpatient level, we have leveraged technology to provide patients with a telehealth option to continue services from home if needed in order to avoid unnecessary travel.
Given the current unknowns of the situation, we will continually update this page as we change and adapt to various policies and procedures that impact our ability to provide quality care.
Thank you for your patience during this time as we continue to help those struggling.
Fully Licenced Drug & Alcohol Detox, Rehab and PHP in Los Angeles, CA
Living with an addict can be difficult, and codependency is a big factor that can fuel an addiction. The women’s site, Your Tango listed important factors to remember when you’re in a relationship with an addict:
“Addiction is not about you,” Dr. David Sack writes. “Guilt isn’t productive for anyone’s healing, but your involvement in their treatment and recovery can give [your partner] much needed strength and support.”
No one starts out using, hoping to become an addict. Dr. Sack writes, addiction
begins with the choice to take drugs or drink, “but that’s a choice many of us have made without becoming addicted.”
Even if your partner is ready to check in to a treatment center and get help, “The first goal of treatment is to help people find their own motivation to make the changes needed,” Dr. Sack writes. “The commitment to change is not an all-or-nothing process. The person will likely do a lot of bargaining with themselves and everyone else. If your loved one could just choose not to use, they wouldn’t need treatment.”
One of the most important points about living with an addict is that you can’t go through the recovery process for them. “Instead, help them want to help themselves… Don’t give up hope… Addiction can be terrifying, but it can also be overcome.”
For more information and to get the help you need now, contact 310 Recovery for a free assessment of your symptoms as well as your insurance benefits and coverage. Give us a call today, 888-346-4350
310 Recovery accepts most major insurance providers and private healthcare policies. We offer free insurance verification as well as eligibility and benefits for both behavioral and mental health treatment services. Please fill out our insurance verification form here to verify your insurance.
What happens in addiction
Effective addiction treatment programs are tailored to each individual. Because of this, it will be a different experience for everyone. However, it generally involves a combination of detoxification, group and individual therapy, educational presentations, and aftercare planning in order to ensure long-term recovery. Upon arrival at 310 Recovery, you can expect our professionally trained staff to create an individualized treatment plan based on your needs and treatment goals.